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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by GeneralElectric, Mar 17, 2008.
DAMN KIDS THESE DAYS
Rap's got nothing to do with it...saggy pants were a Country Music thing all the way.
HERE's the guy who started the whole disgusting trend....
I really have to disagree with this law. Since when has it been the governments job to regulate what people wear?
Maybe they should have outlawed long hair , tattoos , piercings , and unnatural color hair dye while they were at it .
I mean none of those look good and wont be getting you any jobs so why should they even be legal?
I think we should all have free reign to just pants them as we walk by, and perhaps shove them over on their faces.
You know they can't run after you!
The best is the hippy kids now wearing the hybrid, low-n-baggy with the HUGE monster bellbottoms dragging on the ground like they are trying to sweep all the garbage of the world up their own pants.
While I find it ridiculous to where pants with the waist around your knees I find it more ridiculous for the government to try to regulate our attire, short of public nudity. Now don’t get me wrong I am all for nudity but not when my kids are watching. And not if it’s somebody’s 70 year old grandmother who is naked. But I digress.
If anyone is keeping current with all the news in Florida. I know a lot of you love to watch us make fools of ourselves down here. There is a debate going on that Florida should lighten up on drug laws because our jails are over crowded. So we are going to let the crackheads out so they can get thrown back in for having baggy pants.
Personnaly I think we should remove all laws from the books except the bill of rights and start all over.
PS what the heck is a CHAV?
Short hair, fake Burberry baseball cap, shell suit in either grey or blue, Reeboks, can of Stella, spliff, likes fighting and shoplifting.
They're the underclass that we're not allowed to admit exists, because of course we've had 11 years of Labour rule and they're supposed to have achieved a "classless" Britain or some such nonsense.
I must admit that after seeing the kid in Bowling for Columbine pull numerous weapons out of his baggy clothes (an unbelievable amount) I have a tendency to agree with this law, mainly when it comes to safety in schools.
Try walking into a bank with a balaclava, and see the reaction you get, yet it's only a piece of clothing, right?
Good point. Let's ban overcoats.
Oh, and cars. You can hide all sorts of **** in a car.
He probably doesn't want his kid looking like an idiot.
Sounds like good parenting to me.
What is a burberry baseball cap and Stella??
Would Ozzy and Keith Richards have been Chavs back in the day??
Naw, we'll just stop letting little kids bring their cars in the school.
I see your point, but I was refering to safety in schools, which us North American know is an absolute reality.
Burberry is a British luxury fashion company. The chavs took the famous Burberry check pattern and applied it to baseball caps and scarves.
'Stella' is Stella Artois, a cheap, crap beer favoured by chavs.
And no, Ozzy and Keef would not have been considered chavs. They are a very specific group of people. Often listen to either Eminem, Gangsta Rap, or godawful dance music. Usually drive around in pimped up cars blasting it at full volume.
The ultimate in nanny state - you're not allowed to look like an idiot anymore...
Wasn't there a federal program covering this a while ago?
Oh, yeah - "Just say no to crack".
what a pointless law. why do you need the government to tell people how to dress?
i like your style!
I think a law about baseball caps makes more sense...but they are all stupid. Let them look stupid. Rewatch Rambo I.
I think the baggy pant thing looks funny. Stupid yet funny. Somebody to point and laugh at on the street. Please don't outlaw it here.
Me too unless its against someone I hate.